Tuesday, March 29, 2005

The Tricky World of Infringement

""History is not copyrightable," Mr. Plonsker said. "But if the manner in which you tell about a historical event is a particular expression of character or sequence of events, that is copyrightable. If you can show that the defendant had access and that the works are substantially similar, which is the legal standard, then you can win."

Certainly is and in my case I can. I'm only waiting for publication to compare my work with the other. Were sources used that only I had at the time?


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